JAKARTA, Aug. 9 (Xinhua) -- Indonesian anti-terror squad has captured five terrorist suspects in West Java province, a police spokesman Edward Aritonang said here Monday.
The police seized a number of explosives materials during the raids, Aritonang told Xinhua over phone.
The five suspects were captured during four raids in Bandung, the capital of the province and Subang district on Saturday, the spokesman said.
The country has been suffered from terrorist attacks since 2000, including bombings at churches, suicide bombings in night clubs in Bali and the recent twin luxurious hotels in Jakarta, killing more than 250 people.
The country has cracked down on the militant network across the nation, scores of militant top figures have been captured alive or shot dead, dozens of terrorist suspects have also been detained and brought to justice.